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Generational Trauma – History is Alive Within Us

History isn’t just something “Back then”. It’s something right now, Alive in our own cells, Programmed and labeled As culture and personality. The struggles of old, The weight too heavy to carry, Passed along through generations In hopes that the next Will be able… Continue Reading “Generational Trauma – History is Alive Within Us”

2020: The year of clearer vision

This last year has given us quite literally, 2020 vision: The opportunity to see our lives more clearly. It seems like everything we’ve been avoiding paying attention to has bubbled up to the surface for us to look at this year. It’s been one… Continue Reading “2020: The year of clearer vision”

The War Between Head & Heart.

The society we live in isn’t conducive to being truly human. It wasn’t designed with our happiness and satisfaction in mind, but to instead keep us depressed. It puts us into debt, it makes us sick, it surrounds us with violence and hate, it… Continue Reading “The War Between Head & Heart.”

“If Only We Could Know the Words Inside Our Bones Could Change the World” – (New Song!)

“Pray to God” – by Gordon Caldwell Lyrics:

Build Your Own Home.

Think of your subconscious mind as a house, made up of your beliefs, personality traits, habits, and who you imagine yourself to “be”. When we’re younger, the materials we’re given to build ourselves are provided by our parents, teachers and other people in our… Continue Reading “Build Your Own Home.”

Softness is a Superpower.

A little something I wrote, which was inspired by a quote I love: “Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let the pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness. Take pride that even though… Continue Reading “Softness is a Superpower.”